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James "Jimmy" Earl Spencer

Mr. James "Jimmy" Earl Spencer, of Pittston, PA, passed away unexpectedly on May 16th, 2020 at the age of 49 in Portland, Oregon.

James is more personally known by those close to him as Jimmy. He is survived by his loving family which includes his three sons Jimmy, Nathan and Matthew, his future daughter-in-law Whitney, his granddaughter Emmalyn, his brothers Joseph and Judson, his sisters-in-laws Brandy and Karen, his mother Barbara, his father Judson and his step-mother Carmel Anne and his four nephews; Trisjin, Judson, Miles and Wyatt.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents Molly and John "Blackey" Akulonis and Verna and Judson Spencer.

Jimmy was born on September 2nd, 1970 in Kingston, PA to Judson and Barbara Spencer. He graduated from Seton Catholic High School in 1988. Later in life he obtained his degree in accounting from Maple Woods Community College. He worked most of his life for Keystone Automotive in Exeter, PA before transitioning to Kansas City, MO where he

moved with his wife Tina, his three sons and his younger brother Judson. Jimmy was a devoted father, brother and son who loved his family and the outdoors. His favorite place was at the cabin on our family land, particularly on the fourth of July.

He has people who love him deeply across the country and will be missed dearly. His love and care was given unconditionally and he always ensured the people closest to him discovered the joys in life. He loved the little things - his family and friends. It is difficult to say that he is gone, but he is loved and will always be remembered for gracing the world with the beauty of his soul.

You went away so suddenly

We did not say goodbye

But brothers can never be parted

Precious Memories never die

Due to the current funeral restrictions, private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family.Arrangements are entrusted to Adonizio Funeral Home, LLC, 251 William Street, Pittston.


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